ODT to TXT using Java

The Java SDK for converting Word documents to Text files.

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ODT to TXT features

The Java library for converting Word ODT documents to TXT files. Easily extract text from Word documents.

ConvertAPI Java library install

ConvertAPI provides a Java SDK that allows you to perform a ODT to TXT conversion with just a few lines of code. Convert ODT to TXT documents using Java programming language with no effort at all!

# Add the following dependency to your pom.xml:
<dependency>
   <groupId>com.convertapi.client</groupId>
   <artifactId>convertapi</artifactId>
   <version>2.10</version>
</dependency>

Authenticate your Java library

You can obtain your secret key by signing up for a free account. Once you sign up, you'll receive 250 free conversions instantly! Grab your authentication secret from the account dashboard, and authenticate the ConvertAPI Java library like this:

# get your secret key here: https://www.convertapi.com/a/auth
use \ConvertApi\ConvertApi;
ConvertApi::setApiSecret('your-api-secret');

Convert ODT to TXT using Java in no time!

Once you have your authentication in place, simply copy-paste this odt to txt conversion code snippet into your Java project:

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI JavaScript Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-js

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Node.js Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-nodejs

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI PHP Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-php

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Java Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-java

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI C# Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-dotnet

# Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Ruby Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-ruby

# Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Python Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-python

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Go Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-go

REM Code snippet is using the command line utility program: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-cli

<!-- For conversions with the multiple file result please refer to this example: https://repl.it/@ConvertAPI/HTML-Form-with-multiple-file-result -->

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You can try out advanced conversion parameters and test the conversion result online using our interactive demo tool. This tool will produce the same conversion output as if you were using the library from your solution, and it will auto-generate the code snippet for you!

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Conversion parameters

Password String

Sets the password to open protected documents.

Substitutions Bool

Replace similar symbols with their counterparts in a text file, such as a copyright symbol with (c).

LineBreaks Bool

Inserts line breaks at the end of each line of text.

TextEncoding Collection

Specifies what encoding the parser should use when converting text files.

Values:   auto ascii utf-7 utf-8 iso-8859-1 iso-8859-2 iso-8859-6 iso-8859-15 windows-1252 arabicasmo baltic centraleuropean cyrillic europa extalphalowercase greek hebrew hzgbsimplifiedchinese german japaneseshiftjis koi8-r koi8-u korean thai turkish unicodebigendian unicodelittleendian vietnamese

EndLineChar Collection

Set end of line character. The character which will be used to break lines.

Values:   crlf cr lfcr lf

SaveFormat Collection

Specifies the format to use when saving a document.

Values:   wintext wintextlb dostext dostextlb unicodetext

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